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  Squeezing NAT Out of Panther Server
Subject:   NAT on Panther Server with PPPoE
Date:   2004-01-14 09:32:39
From:   anonymous2
Response to: NAT on Panther Server with PPPoE

It is necessary to change this by editing the "natd.plist" file.Look into some ebooks And one must take care to NOT use the Server Admin to select an interface for NAT since this can change the setting back to "en0".


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  • NAT on Panther Server with PPPoE
    2005-04-29 23:12:07  brandonarbini [View]

    Fantastic! Thanks for your many hours of hard work and for posting it so I don't have to go through the same torture. I also wanted to add that this is the same/similar situation under Tiger server and this fix works there too!
    • NAT on Panther Server with PPPoE
      2007-03-10 18:13:19  kornnutt73 [View]

      This was a huge help for me and anyone needing to do something on osx server that Apple leaves out. Thanks for the help.

      FYI. There is a way to keep Server Admin from overwriting changes made to any config file via the CLI.

      After editing and saving the file run this command on the file.

      chflags uchg "filenane"
      This locks the file from being edited by even thr root user.

      To unlock the file run this
      chflags nouchg "filename"

    • NAT on Panther Server with PPPoE
      2007-03-10 18:12:43  kornnutt73 [View]

      This was a huge help for me and anyone needing to do something on osx server that Apple leaves out. Thanks for the help.

      FYI. There is a way to keep Server Admin from overwriting changes made to any config file via the CLI.

      After editing and saving the file run this command on the file.

      chflags uchg "filenane"
      This locks the file from being edited by even thr root user.

      To unlock the file run this
      chflags nouchg "filename"